You’ve been applying the Law of Attraction in your life. You have a great image that you have been focusing on, and you have come into the feeling of ‘knowing’ that the Universe is on the case. You’re excited about your plans and your desires and you just want to shout them from the rooftops. You want everyone to know this great thing called the Law of Attraction and how it is manifesting exactly what you want in your life. Should you be shouting it across the rooftops? Let’s examine.
Have you ever had one of those days when everything is just right? The whole day just seems to be gelling, and you feel great. You tell a colleague about your incredible day and the “well-meaning colleague” says something to you that just hits you wrong, and it makes you feel bad about yourself. So the rest of the day you begin to doubt yourself. The one remark just throws your day off. Now you’ve entered a state of doubt and soon the feelings of lack set in. This one person, who had no idea that they put any doubt in your head, changed your day. Your feeling of doubt really is your responsibility, whether you accept the remark or not, but this kind of event can throw your thoughts and feelings into a space you don’t want to take them.
This is a reason to keep your enthusiastic thoughts and feelings to yourself while you manifest what you desire. If you are the kind who isn’t affected by someone else’s thoughts, then go ahead and shout. But if you’re like most of us, there will be someone who can throw a wrench into the mix and get you off kilter.
Many famous inventors kept their thoughts and feelings about their inventions to themselves while they were in the process of creating them. Wilbur and Orville Wright, Alexander Graham Bell, and Thomas Edison (just to name a few) had initially told many about what they were inventing but people didn’t appreciate what they were creating for mankind. They were pegged as crazy, but as we all know the inventions they created changed the world. When they heard what people were saying, they stopped talking about their inventions. They would work deep into the night so no one would see what they were doing or ask them doubtful questions or offer them unsolicited opinions. If they had taken those opinions to heart would they have made less incredible inventions? They learned early on to keep silent and create until the creation was physically manifested. Even then others didn’t think what they did was possible.
There will always be people in the world who doubt. It’s our responsibility as Law of Attraction practitioners to remember that the others who create doubt in your mind don’t understand what you have found in the Law of Attraction. And their opinions only affect you if you allow them to.
You are like the great inventors of the world, creating a wonderful physical manifestation for your life. So if others affect what you think and feel, then keep it quiet. Be like the great inventors of the world and believe in and build your dream without the sideway glances of others. You can achieve this by being silent. And once your image becomes physically manifested through the Law of Attraction, shout it from the rooftops.
About the Author
Beth and Lee McCain are full time instructors and lecturers in applying the Law of Attraction, or better known as the Secret, in your life to attain whatever you desire. They have a great radio show on Youtube that is both entertaining as well as informative on the subject of the Law of Attraction. For Beth and Lee products and services please visit: Beth and Lee McCain Law of Attraction Web Site